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    UK - Sally Allan, 59, Ponteland, Northumberland, 26 December 2015

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    Loved ones of missing Darras Hall grandmother Sally Allan beg her to come home

    "Loved ones of a missing grandmother have today begged her to come home.

    Sally Allan vanished from her Darras Hall home during the early hours of Boxing Day .

    The 59-year-old had just enjoyed Christmas surrounded by her close-knit family and had been in good spirits as she celebrated with her three children and grandson.

    And Mrs Allan, who was last seen by her husband Gordon at around 3 am, gave no indication of where she was going or why she left.

    The former teaching assistant’s son Clive said the whole family were beside themselves with worry.

    And the 32-year-old has today begged his mum to come home.

    He said: “Please come home, we love you and we need you. We are missing you and we want to see you as soon as possible and we are all here for you.”


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    There is something odd about this report. If her husband saw her leave at 3am wearing an anorak over her pyjamas, why didn't he go after her?

    Did he just go back to sleep, knowing she was walking around in the middle of the night wearing pyjamas? Why didn't he get into his car and go out after her? Something was obviously wrong.

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    Hoping for more information on where she might have been headed. Maybe she told him she was stepping out for some air, and he fell asleep?

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    Acording to the family posts on facebook she was seen in the newburn/lemington in the early hours and they are looking along the walking paths. Which in that area takes you along the river.


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    I shared this on Facebook yesterday as it's local to me. It's getting quite a bit of local attention and resulted in somebody contacting police to say she had spoken to her briefly in the Newburn area while walking her dogs. Think the poor lady is kicking herself now for not thinking something was amiss, but she wasn't to know at the time. At least it's given searchers an area to focus on. Very worrying that she was close to the river.

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    Odd hour to be up and out, and for husband to be up to see her leave...and not go after her. Is he possibly handicapped? Is she known to take middle of the night walks? Where would you be going at that hour if not a middle of night walker previously....I am very very worried about this woman....IMHO

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    It looks like she is a keen walker,
    but that its out of character to go in the middle of the night and to be out of contact.

    Its all a bit odd, it feels like theres some information missing.

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    Its a long walk from ponteland to newburn, especially in pyjamas and a fleece.

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    This reminds me of Susan McLean a bit. The way they're begging for her to come home implies-to me, JMO, an argument or something that caused her departure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azure View Post
    This reminds me of Susan McLean a bit. The way they're begging for her to come home implies-to me, JMO, an argument or something that caused her departure.
    Yeah, I kind of had the same thought. Perhaps the husband thought she wouldn't get very far (e.g. just "round the block") and that she just wanted to cool off after an argument or something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by azure View Post
    This reminds me of Susan McLean a bit. The way they're begging for her to come home implies-to me, JMO, an argument or something that caused her departure.
    Reminds me of Suzanne Hughes, walked out of a holiday cottage in the middle of the night, body found in the sea
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    I'm not seeing any new information yet this morning.

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    There is a facebook group

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1077979442226336/

    and a worrying post from a CP, sadly like a lot of missing people around the Newcastle area there is a possible link to the Tyne.

    Let's hope that a new day will bring good news though
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    Quote Originally Posted by alreetlike View Post
    Yeah, I kind of had the same thought. Perhaps the husband thought she wouldn't get very far (e.g. just "round the block") and that she just wanted to cool off after an argument or something.
    Or maybe she said she needed some fresh air, many of us have a couple of drinks too many on Christmas day, it's not cold this winter and she may just have wanted to clear her head. I think I read that the alarm was raised quite soon after she left the house which suggests that her husband didn't expect her to be out for very long. Maybe she's a smoker and said she was going to the garden for a cigarette and he was worried when she didn't come back quickly.

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    The reported sighting on Newburn bridge is very worrying, though there is always hope as if it was Sally, it was later on Boxing Day, at around 5.40pm rather than very soon after she went missing. It sounds like they are trying to find CCTV to back this sighting up though.

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